Mayor Rahm Emanuel said the city’s response to clearing the snow would “be unified, it will be uniform, it will be unyielding.”
“The spurious statements that individuals were living in that subject premises were debunked by the inspection yesterday,” Kelly’s attorney said.
The warehouse, where Kelly is the only tenant, has come under scrutiny in recent weeks since the airing of a documentary series on Lifetime.
“As an administrative investigative agency, we remain sensitive to the families impacted as a result of this incident,” COPA said in a statement.
A new federal lawsuit alleges that Zandrea Askew was arrested and strip searched for no reason in LaSalle County in 2017.
The archdiocese cited “changing demographics of candidates for priesthood” and “the expectation of a small entering class” as reasons for the closure.
Kelly’s possible eviction comes as inspectors prepare to go into the warehouse to look for changes to the building the city says were made illegally.
Attorneys for the city contended that the building was being illegally used as a recording studio and a residence.
Attorneys for the city asked a judge Thursday to let inspectors inside the Near West Side warehouse — which the R&B superstar is being evicted from.
Both accuse Kelly of inappropriate conduct in separate incidents in Chicago years ago.
The Fraternal Order of Police alleged that Angelo was out of line when he spoke to reporters during the murder trial of Jason Van Dyke.
“I took this job because I love this city. I want to see this city safe,” Johnson said. “The political part of it, that’s out of my control.”
In a Monday night filing, federal prosecutors argued that Vrdolyak’s camp has not come close to meeting the evidentiary burden to get the case tossed.
Robert Panozzo Sr., 59, pleaded guilty to one count of violating Illinois’ RICO Act, court records show.
From the Sun-Times archives: Coverage of the allegations involving R. Kelly and underage girls. The singer was acquitted of the charges in 2008.